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Coopers DIY Thomas Coopers Selection India Pale Ale (IPA) Brew Can

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India Pale Ale
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  • Makes 6 Gallons of great tasting beer
  • Is designed to work with your Coopers DIY Beer Kit
  • Easy to follow 14 day brewing process, just add water
  • Additional items are required to make beer: Coopers Dextrose and Coopers Light Dry Malt
  • Includes 1 Can of Thomas Coopers IPA HME, and 1 Packet of Coopers Dry Ale Yeast

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Product Description

Style Name: India Pale Ale

The Coopers DIY IPA (India Pale Ale) Concentrate produces a beer with all the hallmarks of a genuine IPA from the "mother land". A strong ale with robust malt characters and very high hopping levels.

Product Information

Style Name:India Pale Ale
Product Dimensions 11.2 x 9 x 5.7 inches
Item Weight 3.8 pounds
Shipping Weight 8.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Department Home Brewing
Manufacturer Coopers DIY LLC dba Mr Beer
ASIN B001D6J54M
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Item model number 904
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4.0 out of 5 stars 138 customer reviews

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Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Date first available at Amazon.com October 13, 2003

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Ingredients

liquid malt extract, hops, yeast


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Style Name: Lager
I was very happy with the way this turned out. It is very similar to traditional American beers(Bud/Coors) but with an extra kick. The flavor is very smooth, has a creamy head and ends with a slight bitternes. This is a great beer to start with for new brewers and veterans alike. If you are to anxious to wait for it to age, you can drink it after 2 weeks. It will taste good, but get better with age. Make sure to put it in the fridge after it carbonates. Lager ages and taste best when in colder conditions.
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Style Name: Dark Ale
wow...didn't think an extract brew would taste like that! I got this because it is easy and takes no time. That being true, comparitively to grain brew, this is not it's only draw. You wil not sacrifice taste...color...smell...or the joy of beer.
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Style Name: Sparkling Ale Verified Purchase
I have been a homebrewer for many years, but have taken a hiatus until recently. As I got back into this traditional American hobby, I was drawn to try the Coopers kits (apparently, Coopers is used as an adjective in Australia, without an apostrophe, so I will try to follow their usage, even though it feels like it a possessive to this Yank). There were two main things that drew me to the Coopers Kits, initially. One was the fact that I liked their beers, which are among very few non-Belgian bottle-conditioned beers found in the United States. Second, had to do with the Super Saver option on Amazon, which I find very convenient if I don't want to make the large individual purchase needed to qualify for $8 shipping from some of the large online home brew shops.

The Coopers individual cans are very aggressively priced when you consider that they are eligible for Super Saver Shipping on Amazon. Their kits are perhaps slightly less aggressively priced than are the individual cans, but are also available for Super Saver Shipping with no further purchases. A couple of clicks and they can be on their way.

The purchaser should also be aware that Coopers Cans and Kits make 6 gallons of beer, while the norm for American kits is only 5 gallons. (And as a dig at all my fellow backward Americans, let me say that these kits actually make 23 liters of beer. Americans were supposed to be adopting the metric system back in the mid-1970's, but I guess Presidents Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush and Obama missed the memo, so we, along with our close allies, Liberia and Burma, remain using our quasi-British system apart from everyone else in the world.
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Style Name: India Pale Ale Verified Purchase
I like the Coopers kits. This can arrived beat all to hell, no top, no yeast packet, no instructions. The box it came in was fine, so that means someone boxed this sorry, incomplete kit and mailed it to me on purpose. Thanks a lot.
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Style Name: Dark Ale
This beer brewed extremely fast for me and actually foamed over the top. I think maybe the temperature in my house was to high (80F). Either way, it ended up tasting just fantastic. I am highly impressed with the ease of the cooper's beer to make and how great the always taste.
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Style Name: Wheat Beer Verified Purchase
For the amount of time it takes to brew, this kit the beer is completely worth it. My beer turned out pretty good, but I've had better home brews from more ingredient heavy brews.

The Malt both crystal and liquid included in this kit was incredibly easy to mix, and the total brewing time took me about an hour. The fermenting stage for this beer was incredibly quick, and I had my first drinkable beer about 10 days later (record time for me). I was wary of the carbonation drops that came with this kit as I'm used to using priming sugar but tried them out anyways. They were fantastic, sediment stuck to the bottom like a champ and the beer was perfectly carbonated. I could almost drink these brews straight from the bottle.

If you're just getting into the hobby this is a simple kit that will help acquaint yourself to brewing, just make sure you move beyond them eventually or you'll miss out on much better home brews you can do!
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Style Name: Stout Verified Purchase
First note: there is conflicting info regarding which "Brew Enhancer" that Coopers recommends be used with this particular extract. You should be using Brew Enhancer 2, which Coopers themselves recommends on their site. I used Brew Enhancer 1 based on the bum advice for this product on Amazon, and though it certainly didn't ruin the beer, it contains no dry malt extract and thus doesn't produce the mouthfeel that is traditionally associated with a stout.

Beyond that, this is a pretty solid pre-hopped stout extract. A lot of people use it as a base for other recipes, but I just followed the included instructions for the most part. Notable screw ups:

1) I boiled the extract. This was a mistake. Traditionally, many homebrewers insist on boiling their extract, but opinions are changing on this. You DEFINITELY SHOULD NOT boil pre-hopped extract like this one. You risk boiling off some/all of the hop characteristics. The instructions that come with the kit say only to boil the water and sugar (or the Coopers Brew Enchancer should you go that route)...follow them. They are right.
2) I screwed up my water temps (partially due to boiling more materials than I should have) and ended up pitching the yeast into the wort at 90F. While this is in the tolerable range for the Coopers yeast (barely), it produced strong estery (almost raisin-like) flavors. I'd recommend making sure the wort is at 70F-75F, even if the instructions say 80F is still within the "good" range, unless you want a bit of fruitiness.

Fermentation stopped after about 9 days in the 68F-72F range. I then bottled, and just so I could try more of Coopers' stuff, I used their carbonation drops. After a week the beer was nice and carbed.
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